Introducing Natalie, Our Newest Guest Blogger

Natalie Brown attends Columbia University, where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in English with an emphasis on histories of reading and gender in Victorian literature. She recently began the blog Mormon Rhetoric, which you can find here. It is dedicated to understanding and improving the languages through which Mormons experience and share their faith. She lives with her husband in New York City.  Please welcome Natalie to BCC!


  1. Natalie, Love your blog! I’m looking forward to hearing more from you here at BCC.

  2. Another Brown? Seriously?

  3. Welcome, Natalie. I look forward to reading your thoughts.

  4. Steve Evans says:

    Natalie, welcome!

  5. Kevin Barney says:

    Welcome, Natalie; there’s always room for another Brown in these here parts.

    Tom, they only let me blog here because I have the consonants B, R and N in my last name.

  6. Welcome!

  7. Welcome!

  8. Yeah, yeah.

    Call me when you get James (“The Hardest Working Man in Show Business”) Brown to guest . . .

  9. Kaimi,
    Would it be enough if somebody guest-blogged by proxy for him? Because otherwise, he’s unavailable. (Of course, the Bloggernacle may be the one place that could permit proxy blogging . . .)

  10. Here’s one vote for a James Brown proxy post. That I would love to read!

  11. Re: #5 — You are the expert, but does that mean that Brown and Barney would be the same name in Hebrew?

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